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  • proper noun A Scottish habitational surname for someone from any of several places in Scotland.


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  • "Captain Drummond, is he ever told to do anything he can't do?"

    Melbourne House 1907

  • "Papa, don't you think Captain Drummond is – and –"

    Melbourne House 1907

  • Flutterings of the heartstrings here in Drummond Place.

    Archive 2009-01-01 Jean 2009

  • Professor Higgs (of “Higgs besom” fame) used to live in Drummond Place.

    Jean's Knitting Jean 2009

  • R.N. Fane and Captain Drummond, R.N., fished from July 25th to August 1st.

    The National Importance of the Salmon Industry 1928

  • In answer to which, Captain Drummond went into the details of the whole day's experience; told it point by point, and bit by bit; having a benevolent willingness that Daisy's father and mother should know, if they would, with what sort of a spirit they were dealing.

    Melbourne House 1907

  • "Preston," said Daisy, abruptly, "I wish you would bring me from Melbourne that tray filled with something, – plaster, – I don't know what it is, – on which Captain Drummond and I studied geography, and history."

    Melbourne House 1907

  • Her place was by her mother; Captain Drummond on the other side, and Gary McFarlane opposite.

    Melbourne House 1907

  • "There it is, Captain Drummond – that little house."

    Melbourne House 1907

  • "Yes, that must be the first thing," said Captain Drummond, gravely.

    Melbourne House 1907


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